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Articles in Faith, February Guides, Tommie Loftin and April Guides

The Difficult Choice

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In today’s fast-paced world, the complexities of day-to-day living present many challenges for families. Families are often required to make decisions that impact their present and future. It is in this environment, of necessity, convenience, and des... Read full article

Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will be Done...In America

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The voice on the radio said that it was time for the program’s weekly tribute to America as the piano and voice of Ray Charles singing “America the Beautiful” came through the speakers.... Read full article

Four Ways To Lead Your Child Through Loss

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Learn how to help your child deal with the loss of someone close.... Read full article

Embrace the New Year in Your Faith

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2016 was a tough year, but keeping your faith strong should help in making 2017 a better year.... Read full article

Handle Conflict Like Christ

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We’ve all been there before. You know, the moment when you realize that relationships aren’t built to be peaches and cream all the time. Whether it’s a romantic relationship, or even just a friendship, all relationships face the challenge of handling... Read full article



Mom's Love

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As mothers, we experience so much and are responsible for even more. By loving ourselves, we can love our children better.... Read full article

Indoor Fun That's Not Boring Guide

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Download this monthly guide to help you for Indoor Fun That's Not Boring this year.... Read full article

Risking Christmas

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It takes some courage to face another Christmas. All those expectations. All those expenses. All those memories. All those family members! ... Read full article

Abundant Living in 2018

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New Year’s resolutions are often blown off or forgotten by the middle of January each year. But thriving in our faith and living abundantly means doing things differently. Let’s look at what this means.... Read full article

Bless Their Heart

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It is a widely-known witticism that when you talk about someone in the South, one can self-pardon by simply adding the words, “bless their heart.” The reality is, what is being said rarely does actually bless anybody. It seems harmless enough, until ... Read full article

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